CM KCR declared that the party would not collaborate in any way with any Maharashtrian political party.
Hyderabad : The president of Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) and Chief Minister of Telangana, K Chandrashekhar Rao (CM KCR), has stated that his party will not form any political alliances with parties in Maharashtra. He made this comment during a meeting with a group of political leaders from Maharashtra who visited him at Telangana Bhavan. KCR expressed concern over the deteriorating state of affairs in the administration of Maharashtra, a state that was once known for its political consciousness.
The Chief Minister highlighted that Maharashtra’s reputation as the birthplace of eminent leaders such as BR Ambedkar and Anna Hazare once garnered admiration.. However, he noted that the situation had changed significantly, and that the BRS would not form any ties with any political party in Maharashtra. The party aims to strengthen its organizational network in all 288 Assembly constituencies in Maharashtra, rather than focusing on any other agenda, and this involves active measures to achieve its goals.
KCR discussed his party’s plan to establish its offices in four important cities in Maharashtra – Mumbai, Nagpur, Aurangabad, and Pune – in the first phase of the campaign, with the process already in progress. He added that the people of Maharashtra are increasingly turning towards the BRS, recognizing that their present misery is due to the political parties that have ruled the state so far.
The BRS will conduct party activities in all 288 assembly constituencies from May 5 to June 5. The party will form village-level committees, in addition to nine committees such as Farmer, Student, Youth, Women, SC, ST, and OBC, to campaign on the Telangana model, which emphasizes the welfare of farmers and the implementation of flagship schemes. Party campaign material, including songs in Marathi, is being prepared.